List of Dead and Injured From Arkansas Helicopter Crash With AM-Helicopter Crash
Undated (AP) _ Here is a list of the dead and injured from Friday’s helicopter crash at Fort Chaffee, Ark. Included are ages, hometowns and military units and the conditions of the injured on Sunday.
-Capt. Gregory W. Sandborn, 40, of Olympia, Wash., with 1st Special Forces at Fort Lewis, Wash.
-Master Sgt. Mark R. Larochelle, 41, of Ipswich, Mass., with the JRTC, Little Rock Air Force Base, Jacksonville, Ark.
-Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Gradiewicz, 31, Meriden, Conn., with 10th Special Forces, Fort Devens, Mass.
-Sgt. 1st Class John R. Duryea, 38, of Lemoyne, Penn., 10th Special Forces.
-Staff Sgt. Christopher Cummings, 28, of Sterling Heights, Mich., 10th Special Forces.
The injured, hospitalized at St. Edward Mercy Medical Center at Fort Smith, Ark., included: -Chief Warrant Officer IV Ray A. Frank, 42, of Monrovia, Calif., a pilot with the 3rd Battalion, 160th Task Force, Hunter Army Airfield, Ga., stable condition.
-Chief Warrant Officer III J.A. Shea, 38, of Springfield, Mass., also a pilot with the battalion at the 160th Task Force at Hunter, stable condition.
-Sgt. Earl S. Klyce, 23, of Cape Coral, Fla., 160th Task Force, Hunter, stable condition.
-Capt. Jeffrey J. Goble, 27, of Depew, N.Y, 10th Special Forces, stable condition.
-Staff Sgt. Gerald E. Tatton, 21, of New Baltimore, Mich., 10th Special Forces, stable condition.
-Sgt. Charles B. Earnest, 27, of Maitland, Fla., 10th Special Forces, critical condition.
-Staff Sgt. William D. Smith, 25, of Junction City, Ore., 10th Special Forces, stable condition.
-Spec. Randall S. King, no age available, of Savannah, Ga., 160th Task Force, Hunter, treated and released.